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Post # 3
8389 posts
Bumble Beekeeper
  • Wedding: April 2013

@Mrs_Amanda:  Well if they’re annuals there’s not much point in replanting them.  I usually just put those into the greenwaste pile once they’re out of season.  I can’t really tell what kind of flowers they are from the picture.  Otherwise you could try to re-pot them or plant them in a flower bed.

Post # 4
10219 posts
Sugar Beekeeper
  • Wedding: December 2012

Hard to see exactly what they are… but at first glance they look like Petunias (purple & white flowers in the farthest vase), which are Annuals… so as soon as the frost comes, they are going to die off permanently.

Wikipedia – Petunias = http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Petunia

If they are annuals, you can indeed just dump out the pots and put in something else.

Not sure what the Fall Flowers you saw were, but they do sound nice for the season.

Hope this helps,


Post # 6
8664 posts
Bumble Beekeeper
  • Wedding: October 2012

What if you put those new plants (I’m assuming the new ones are mums?), in a pot in front of the other pots, on the floor so they are visually stacked.  🙂  Or next to the post? You can plant both petunias and mums in the ground if you wanted. Mums like sandy, drier soil, so once a week watering, full sun.  🙂

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